Sol Sunguard Altitude SPF40

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Sol Sunguards Altitude Sunscreen is especially formulated for high alpine and high altitude adventures. Sol Sunguard does the job better than any other sunscreen on the market and thats why we at Tahoe Mountain Sports are proud to offer it to our customers. For every 1,000 feet of elevation, UV intensity increases a whopping 4 to 5 percent. So the last thing you need at altitude is an ordinary, sea level sunscreen. That's why Sol Altitude uses UV scattering mineral oxides plus emulsion-loc technology that keeps the sunscreen on your skin and out of your eyes. And because the air gets drier the higher you go, Sol Altitude helps prevent skin dryness with a gentle moisture barrier. All of which makes for a non-greasy, UVA/UVB protecting lotion that's unscented and easy on the face. Available in 2 sizes, the smaller size comes with a carabiner. Extra gentle, formulated for mountain sports.. Comes in a 1.5 oz tube with carabiner or 3 oz. container. SPF 40. Active Ingredients: Zinc Oxide 10 Percent, Octinoxate 7.5 Percent and Ensulizote 4 Percent. Retains SPF after 80 minutes of water activity/sweating

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

An essential for hikers and mountaineers, SOL Sunguard Altitude Mountain Sport SPF 40 sunscreen protects your skin from the harsh UV rays that increase in intensity by 4-5% for every 1000 feet of elevation. You can stay out longer with sunscreen that doesn't melt off of your face thanks to the emulsion-loc technology; meanwhile, scattering mineral oxides help to block UVA and UVB light.

- Mountain Gear

Sol Sunguard Altitude SPF40

previously retailed for:
$6.95 - $14.95

The Sol Sunguard Altitude SPF40 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 28, 2016 at Tahoe Mountain Sports.

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